Aphex Twin (Musicians)
Aphex Twin (Richard David James, b. 1971) is an Irish producer of electronic music from Limerick. He grew up in Lanner, Cornwall. Together with Grant Wilson-Claridge Richard D. James founded the record label Rephlex Records in 1991. He releases also under the pseudonyms AFX, Caustic Window and Polygon Window. James is considered to be one of the most important and most influential producers of electronic music worldwide.
Aphex Twin in Reviews
Music − Review | posted 21.08.2015
Orphaned Deejay Selek 2006-2008
Richard D. James has reanimated his AFX-Alias. Orphaned Deejay Selek 2006-2008« is a stringent, but not a convincing comeback from the acid-shredder-outlet.
Music − Review | posted 26.01.2015
Computer Controlled Acoustic Instruments Pt.2 EP
On »Computer Controlled Acoustic Instruments Pt.2 EP«, Aphex Twin doesn’t only let the instruments speak for themselves – he also explores a new approach to Hip Hop.
Music − News | posted 16.02.2018
Rediscovered: »Grata Compañia«
The Australian based reissue label Left Ear Records, which specializes in rediscoveries, will continue to pursue its business idea in 2018. For »Grata Compañia« they selected five pieces of the Spanish project Respuesta Alternativa.
Music − Review | posted 17.06.2019
Emily A. Sprague
Water Memory / Mount Vision
RVNG Intl releases »Water Memory« and »Mount Vision«, the first two albums of the American sound designer Emily A. Sprague.
Music − List | posted 03.07.2019
An introduction in 10 vinyl records
The Polish jazz scene is considered one of the most important and creative in Europe. Today it oscillates between superficial conventions and hidden ruptures. A little search for clues.
Music − Review | posted 04.02.2019
Kings Aigbologa Bucknor & His Afrodisk Beat Organisation
Now Hot Casa has released »Katakata«, another album by Kings Aigbologa Bucknor & His Afrodisk Beat Organisation.
Music − Essay | posted 01.07.2019
Women Of Jazz
We Insist Female
Women in jazz are still not a matter of course. That has to change. For in the past, female musicians have had a decisive influence on jazz and the future is also in their hands.